Anthony Bourdain Says His New Cookbook Will Mimic a "Psychotic" Ina Garten
His first cookbook in a decade will, apparently, teach you how to throw the ultimate house party.
Anthony Bourdain has announced that his first cookbook in 10 years will be released on October 25, and will be titled Appetites. The star admitted that he "morphed into a psychotic, anally retentive, bad-tempered Ina Garten" in order to create the best possible guide to cooking and entertaining at home. He's sharing favorite dishes that he thinks everyone should know how to make. According to publisher Ecco, the recipes will "take the cookbook off the edge of the cliff— and over." [Eater]
In other important food news this week, ICYMI:
•Manhattan decriminalizes public drinking on the low. [Gizmodo]
•Instant ramen sandwiches debut in Japanese supermarkets. [RocketNews24]
•Hooters hit with a sexual discrimination lawsuit from two former male employees. [CBS Los Angeles]
•Saltine crackers apparently make great candy. [TipHero]
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